NORTHAMPTON Couunty Council


 “It is clear that this child, now 11, loves her mother very much. From all I have read, the mother clearly loves the daughter.  This little girl is now with foster parents. There are contact difficulties.  The case cries out for a careful look at what is happening and the mother will serve her daughter best by getting independent advice.”    

Neutral Citation Number: [2010] EWCA Civ 156

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IN THE MATTER OF G (a Child)   

Date: Tuesday, 19th January 2010  

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  1. towardchange says:

    Even though there is no evidence to warrant the mother being charged in the first instance.

  2. Cheryl says:

    Help me please. I fled injustice from the UK Court. read my story in the sunday telegraph, and please do something to stop my child from being forcibly taken permanently from us her loving parents. we have done nothing wrong. we love our daughter, and have suffered an incredible miscarriage of justice.

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